Eat Like the Locals

Hot Fish Club & Gazebo Bar
4911 U.S. Hwy 17 Business

Murrells Inlet, SC 29576
Work 843-357-9175

Hours of Operation

Winter Hours (November – February 14)
Wednesday – Thursday, 4pm – 8:30pm
Friday – Saturday, 4pm – 9pm

Feb 14 – Easter
Wednesday – Sunday, 4pm – 9pm

Summer Hours (Easter – Labor Day)
Tuesday – Sunday, 4pm – 9pm

Winter Hours (November – February 14)
Friday – Saturday, 4pm – 2am

Feb 14 – Easter
Friday – Saturday, 4pm – 2am

Summer Hours (Easter – Labor Day)
Tuesday – Wednesday, Sunday 4pm – 9pm
Thursday – Saturday, 4pm – 2am
Live Music Thursday

Happy Hour Daily
4-7pm (Inside Bar & Gazebo)

Reservations are limited especially during the summer months

The original Hot and Hot Fish Club was founded in the late 1700’s by the planters of All Saints Parish. The social club was dedicated to epicurean pursuits; gourmet food, strong drinks and festive times….

The first club was said to be on Drunken Jack Island, located just a few miles south from here. Members of the original club described their past time spent on the island as the “happiest hours of their lives.” The Club was dismantled and finally laid to rest after the Civil War. An ever shifting sand bar off the coast of Huntington Beach State Park is all that remains of the original site.

The Hot Fish Club today is located in the oldest existing restaurant building on the Grand Strand. Hot Fish Club remains a favorite gathering place today for discriminating locals and is open to everyone seeking Great Food, Great Drink, and Lively Conversation, in the spirit of those earlier revelers. We pride ourselves on our personal service and our desire to satisfy each guest as we ourselves enjoy to be pampered.
We source most of our product locally for superb freshness and quality such as milk from local farms, fish from day boats, and local fresh produce. Entrees and Nightly Specials prepared by Chef Staff and Sushi Chef.


Get Directions

Contact Us

Strand Magazine is a Strand Media Group, Inc. publication and is distributed free along the Grand Strand. Copyright © 2023. All rights reserved. Reproduction of any material, in part or in whole, prepared by Strand Media Group, Inc. and appearing within this publication, is strictly prohibited, without express written consent of the publisher.